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I'll take a look.
Germany, holidays... with parents. Was going to use it as an opportune time to get all the cheap headphones there too :3 since I sold my Sager, I'll only have my vita & tablet. *is sad people have look but havent added* D< I...I dont bite oniichan..not hard atleast
YAY... ended up pulling a allnighter on MLA because I can't stop playing....
I'm playing MLA right now, will play ML after this.
Decided to start with MLA because it seems more exciting....
(in case you didn't know: MLA is the sequel to ML)
LOL. Young based Tilpo always bringing in welcome audio knowledge.
This song is awesome as is most of the OST.
I think I'm finally fed up with Little Busters and have it on my drop watch. If it doesn't shape up or show immediate signs of doing so, I'm dropping it. I'm tired of being frustrated with it's possible latent potential. It's been 10 episodes now and I need something, anything to lell me this isn't some ultra generic series with the most vanilla characters I've seen since...wait, Onii-chan Dakedo Ai was worse but still, this is not getting it done. On top of the animation and art being awful and the voice acting EXTRA MEDIUM in quality.
No idea what that's about but this line and that username... could it be we have our first girl in this thread?
Wouldn't it raise the noise floor by the same amount the gain is lowered by? Since the windows mixer has this constant dithering going on at all times (arguably necessary at times, but the thing is you can't turn it off) this is a valid concern--especially for me as after going primary sound output->Stereo Mix->VSTHost I can hear the difference in the noise added by the dithering when I turn VSTHost on and off. It got better after I upped the primary sound output and the Fiio's output bitdepth to 24bits, but the bottleneck is the Stereo Mix output which is limited to 16bits. This will of course be less of a concern for those with simpler output chains.